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Kerry Barrett, Former Deloitte & Touche Senior Manager, Joins Tatum as Managing Partner

Kerry Barrett, former senior manager at Deloitte & Touche, has joined professional services firm Tatum as managing partner. Barrett will be responsible for leading Tatum’s practice which includes CFO advisory and other specialized consulting services offered to clients throughout the region.

At Deloitte and Touche, she was responsible for growing the firm’s revenue in its specialized consulting services including revenue recovery and margin optimization, technology implementation and compliance. Prior to Deloitte, she was office managing principal at AC Lordi consulting where she was a member of the twelve-person executive leadership team reporting to CEO and led P&L for $14MM Bay Area region. She has also served as regional vice president of Hudson Financial Solutions, where she led a $35MM region of five offices, and developed firm-wide consulting methodologies.

“Kerry’s diverse background in business development and relationship management as well as finance and professional services will be an asset to our firm and to our clients,” said Jim Dimitriou, managing partner for Tatum’s central and northwest regions. “Tatum understands the importance of keeping up with market trends, assessing client needs, and providing solutions to the markets we serve and we are aligning our organization with the talent to meet those needs.”

Barrett holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lehigh University and is completing her Masters in Business Administration at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, on track to graduate in May 2012.

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